Do you consider your child a genius? In most school systems, only a handful of kids are chosen for gifted-and-talented programs. If your child isn’t selected (as most aren’t) does this mean that he or she isn’t gifted?
Today’s guest, international educator Paul Scheele, answers with an emphatic “No!” And he cites the latest scientific brain research to prove why. “Your child,” says Paul, “absolutely is a genius.”
As parents, this revelation can spur the single most important gift we can give our children: to help them recognize and live in their “genius zone.”
In this show, you’ll learn
· how to identify your children’s unique brand of genius
· how to encourage their genius potential, even if they’re struggling in school
· why schools may not be teaching to your kids’ learning preference, and what to do about it
· how parents and educators inadvertently “de-genius” children
You’ll also hear stories of how kids get “wounded” in school and come to incorrect conclusions like “I’m not smart. I’m not good at math. I’m not…”—conclusions that can limit them for the rest of their lives. Change those conclusions, and help your kids live lives of genius!
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